It’s no surprise that college grads are looking for work. As we (finally) escape the bone-freezing chill of winter (for most of us at least) and enter the allergy-laden embrace of spring, we look to the horizon with the knowledge that college graduation season is just around the corner. And with it, the seasonal influx… Read More
4 Interview Tips to Get the Job
You’ve spent several weeks searching for jobs and sending your resume to potential employers when suddenly the phone rings. It’s an employer calling you for an interview. Before you stress yourself out, here are four interview tips to get ready for the big day. 1. Prepare – Research the company and be sure you know… Read More
Can Social Media Hurt your Job Search?
I have a secret to admit…whenever I interview a candidate and think they would be a good fit for an opening I have, I always search the candidate’s name on Google before I submit the candidate to a business owner or hiring manager. I am located in Ohio and responsible for hiring all across the… Read More
The Interview’s Over…Now What?
You just completed the interview and one of three things is probably going through your mind: • I did really well! • I really blew that one. • That was good. I think. But maybe not. Oh, I don’t know. Some people don’t know what to do next and this could impact whether or not you get the… Read More
Applying Proper Follow-Up Technique
If you’ve read my last 2 blogs, they were focused on the cover letter and resume. Now that you’ve submitted both your cover letter and resume, what is the next step? Well folks, that’s easy…it’s all about communication and follow-up. One of the most frequent questions I receive from job seekers is about follow-up after submitting… Read More